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Have you had a look at the IFSEC Video Surveillance Report 2017?

The IFSEC Video Surveillance Report 2017 provides a snapshot of market trends and expectations, the factors that drive procurement decisions, how control rooms use CCTV and the threats and drawbacks. Below are a few findings we picked out from the … Continue reading

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Will fingerprint readers make it into home security systems?

A UK based security solutions organisation Ievo is targeting the domestic security market after partnering with another UK based intruder alarm company. It’s possible that State-of-the-art fingerprint readers could soon be making their way into the homes of many thanks … Continue reading

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Partner with a vendor or not? … (Part 5 Of A 5 Part Series)

Some organisations believe in doing things themselves, others believe it is important to partner with specialists to deliver something compelling, valuable and of a high standard. There are many instances of building managers and owners teaming up with organisations that … Continue reading

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Are Integrated systems the best option? … (Part 4 Of A 5 Part Series)

In a lot of buildings, the most important systems – heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) are sourced via different vendors and therefore serviced under separate contracts. This is because traditionally most buildings are built with separate contractors for mechanical … Continue reading

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What’s best… one of cost or recurring software service costs? … (Part 3 Of A 5 Part Series)

Most security software is purchased once, alongside the supporting hardware. The typical recurring cost tends to be for maintenance costs or an agreed fee for a service contract. There are companies who provide software only services with a recurring license … Continue reading

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Which model…. Service provider driven or self-support? …(Part 2 Of A 5 Part Series)

Most of today’s security service providers provide the full security installation service, this includes parts such as hardware and integrated software, installation, maintenance and service. These types of organisations primarily make their income from the installation and maintenance process as … Continue reading

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Smart security solutions by Inner Range

Inner Range Systems is a comprehensive, efficient easy to use, effective set of tools used for managing security at organisations. Whether your business consists of a single site or multi-site, Inner Range is able to monitor and apply your security … Continue reading

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Biometrics becomes more realistic for SMEs due to technology partnership

Many business sectors are growing a liking for Biometric access control, however its take-up by domestic and SME customers has been relatively low. This is because it is perceived that this type of technology is only cost effective in large … Continue reading

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Building Controls in the future, what to expect…(part 1 of a 5 part series)

We are in an era where Internet is everywhere and almost every technology is available in an option that allows you to connect to the internet. Building controls are vital in the efficient running of facilities, any sizeable commercial building … Continue reading

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Power Outage At Antron Security!

UPDATE: Limited power at Antron Security Tuesday 15th August 2017 at 10am We are still experiencing difficulties with power and have been ensured by The National Grid that these issues will be resolved shortly. Therefore we still have limited access … Continue reading

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